The poor parents found hope with Navya’s birth, but their happiness was tragically short-livedNavya’s birth was a celebration for her parents who felt like their prayers were finally answered. They never had an easy life, but her birth was a sign of hope for them.
“We live in a very dry village in Gujarat, where water shortage is a big problem. We have scanty rain, and crops don’t grow as we want them to. My husband works as a daily wager on others’ farms and our livelihood depends on those crops. He had given up, but when Navya was born, everything started looking up for us. His work got better, we were happier.” - Kantaben, mother.
Unfortunately, Amrutbhai and Kantaben’s hopes for a happy, healthy childhood for their daughter were crushed when she was diagnosed with Wilm’s tumour, cancer that starts in the kidneys, last month. What they thought was a mere fever, turned out to be a deadly disease and now only an urgent surgery can save her life.
An urgent surgery can save their only child, but her parents don’t have any savings or means to afford itNavya needs a surgery to remove her right kidney to ensure that the tumour doesn’t spread further. This is her only chance to beat the disease, however, Amrutbhai finds himself helpless. He has no one to turn to for help.
“Everyone we know is a labourer, and there is no way they can afford to give us even a small portion of that. It would mean that they won’t be able to afford a meal for the day. We don’t have any savings either. She needs the surgery at the earliest, and our poverty is the only thing standing in her way.” - Amrutbhai, father.
How You Can HelpLittle Navya needs an urgent surgery to survive the growing cancerous tumour in her body. Her parents’ lives have come to a standstill ever since her diagnosis and they’ve spent all their time trying to find a way to afford the 3 lakhs required. They need your help to save their only child and give her a chance of a healthy future.
Your support will save 2-year-old Navya's life.
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